AMG Winter Experience – Hot laps in low temperatures

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The AMG Winter Experience will take you to the Driving Academy in Sweden for hot laps in low temperatures. Experienced instructors and AMG Brand Ambassadors will be there to teach you to control the cars even when they turn out to be out of control.

It starts in January 2022 in Arjeplog, Sweden. AMG offers 337,000 m2 of surface for the fun behind the steering wheel. It should be about enough for participants to learn how to control the car in borderline situations and improve driving skills, all packed with plenty of fun and under expert advice.

Racing drivers such as the runner-up in the British Formula 3 Championship in 2007, Maro Engel, the winner of the Nurburgring and Dubai 24-Hour races, Bern Schneider, and the driver of the Formula 1 Safety Car for over 20 years, Bernd Maylander, will be there.

There will be an extensive and exclusive fleet available for the participants. It starts with the Mercedes-AMG A 45 S 4MATIC and with the CLA 45 S 4MATIC. The cherry on top is the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4MATIC+ 4-Door Coupe with its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that makes it flash its way from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds. And what is more fun, most of the cars available in the AMG Winter Experience feature a Drift Mode.

AMG Winter Experience – For rookies and pros

The program is available for rookies as well as experienced drivers. It offers the “Basic” training level, the “Discover” individual format and the “Advanced” level. It is the latter that takes the defies the laws of physics. The experience lasts for five days and is still beneath the top programs, “Pro” and “Masters”.

The agenda includes a “Drift Competition” and the “Race of the Champs”.

The fee of the programs includes luxury accommodation and culinary delights. Considering the health crisis, organizers are taking comprehensive hygiene measures to keep everyone safe during the events. They also let people interested in the programs know that the dates and times of the events are subject to the further development of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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